Looks like Drake’s child competence be creation another coming in a music feud.
The Weeknd and French writer Gesaffelstein expelled a new strain on Thursday, “Lost in a Fire,” and one of a singer’s lyrics in a lane has fans speculating that a artist is job out fellow Toronto-born rapper Drake.
Many verse sites have quoted a line from a strain in that The Weeknd presumably sings, “And we only wish a baby with a right one/‘Cause we would never be a one to censor one.”
Fans opposite a internet were discerning to burst on a lyric, claiming it competence be a not-so-subtle anxiety to a tip child Drake fathered with French artist and former adult singer Sophie Brussaux in Oct 2017.
Drake listening to Lost in a Fire:
The Weeknd:”And we only wish a baby with a right one, means we could never be a one to censor one”
— Pikunto (@ElPikunto) January 11, 2019
Noooo because did The Weeknd shade Drake, we was holding out wish for a collab
— JG (@mojo_so_ju) January 11, 2019
Drake vs a Weeknd is flattering most a Canadian polite war.
— aristocrat muck drizzy bird (@Shanthosh_Y) January 11, 2019
The existence of Drake’s son, Adonis, initial came to light in a diss lane expelled by Pusha T amid their really open feud. Drake after reliable conjecture and acknowledged being a father in a track on his 2018 album, Scorpion.
However, there’s some argument per a lyrics. According to Apple Music, a verse is not “I would never be a one to censor one,” though rather, “I would never be a one to harm one,” that would clearly annul conjecture per The Weeknd’s vigilant to call out Drake.
That being said, a argument between a dual artists wouldn’t be unheard of. While their attribute was clearly healed in new years — and the two have even achieved together on theatre a few times given 2017 — things were unsure between a performers for several years.
While Drake was famously instrumental in rising The Weeknd’s career, things clearly soured in 2012 when The Weeknd sealed with Republic Records instead of Drake’s OVO Sound label. This was followed by several years of shade throwing and argumentative open statements.
It stays to be seen if a lyrics in “Lost in a Fire” are dictated to reignite their rumored feud, or are simply a complicated misinterpretation fueled by fan gossip.